The E-learning system used in the civil servants’ job-training
The Chinese government is pursuing e-learning policies which makes job-training with a knowledge-based society. To explain more fully the important role of the e-learning environment, this article undertakes some typical examples of the governments’ job-training under e-learning environment. The main problems in servants’ job-training in China are the low quantity in the servants’ training, short of restriction, the uniform manner in the training and less fairness and availability of opportunities for educational training. In order to develop the e-learning system, the civil servant’s job-training policies are provided and the measures of the effective e-learning system are designed.
KeywordsCivil Servant Online Learning Educational Training Training Policy Party School
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